Hong Kong House

Inactive
Photo by NAKAMURA Osamu

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About the artwork

Hong Kong House was created as a gallery space, cultural and artistic hub, and an residency and accommodation facility for the continuing collaboration between Echigo-Tsumari and Hong Kong. An open call for the architectural design for the Hong Kong House resulted in the selection of Yip Chun Hang and Team, a young architectural team that has been attracting international attention since the 2012 Venice Biennale international architecture exhibition.Throughout the upcoming years we aim to continue collaborations with Hong Kong universities, cultural institutions, municipal organisations and more for an ongoing development of a variety of regional exchange programmes, as well as for artists, performers and writers to stay and create their artistic works. During the triennale period, the Hong Kong House will also host numerous events and workshops.

[Architectural design] Yip Chun Hang, Ng Chun Lun Otto, Adam Shong Jing Kor, Lau Chun Tat, Lee Lit Kwan, Lau Yip Fay and Yau Chiu Ting
[Implementation design] Masashi Ohira
[Organiser] Hong Kong Leisure and Cultural Services Department
[Planning] Art Promotion Office
[Collaborator] The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
[Supporting Organisations] Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (Tokyo), The Government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
[Activity Collaborators] soundpocket, Fleurs des Lettres, Art Appraisal Club, Hong Kong Open Printshop

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Artwork no. M065
Production year 2018
Opening hours 10:00-16:00
Admission dult JPY500 / Children age below 15 JPY250 or ETAT Passport or Special ticket
Area Tsunan
Village Kamigo
Related Website relation site http://www.facebook.com/apo.hkhouse/
Open dates Appreciate only the appearance
Venue 29-4 Miyanohara, Kamigo, Tsunan-machi Nakauonuma-gun, Niigata, Japan
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